Meier and Rishel explore the hows and whys of writing in mathematics.
Meier and Rishel explore the hows and whys of writing in mathematics. They aim to provide all those involved in the teaching of mathematics with useful and constructive tools to examine the assignments they are using and the goals they hope to accomplish with them. This item: Writing in the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics (Mathematical Association of America Notes). Pages with related products.
4 Why we teach mathematics? Mathematics is a human activity which arises from experiences and becomes an integral part of culture and society, of everyday work and life. Teaching Mathematics is very complex and hard. Teacher must prepare itself that sometimes the students found Mathematics as a boring subject. 5 Why we teach mathematics? Preparing for these problems and trying to be flexible and creative enough to achieve your objectives and goals is main thing.
Computers can be powerful aids to mathematics teaching and learning
Computers can be powerful aids to mathematics teaching and learning. Changes brought about by the availability of these tools and the demands of an increasingly technological society impact curricular content and pedagogy in mathematics education as well as the very nature of mathematical thinking and understanding.
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Thematic teaching (also known as thematic instruction) is the selecting and highlighting of a theme through an instructional unit or module, course, multiple courses. It is often interdisciplinary, highlighting the relationship of knowledge across academic disciplines and everyday life. Themes can be topics or take the form of overarching questions. Thematic learning is closely related to interdisciplinary or integrated instruction, topic-, project- or phenomenon-based learning
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Liping Ma’s 1999 book Knowing and teaching elementary mathematics demonstrated the unique character of highly accomplished mathematics teachers’ knowledge – a knowledge clearly different from knowledge of the mathematics alone.
This book is a must read for math teachers. It is about how mathematics should be taught. When you start reading, you will realize that, the book is a powerful criticism on the prevalent curriculum of Mathematics in elementary, middle and high schools. Paul Lockhart thinks that, mathematics is an art, and it is much more than memorization of notations and formulas. For him, mathematics is a life-long love. He believes that, we have to stop teaching mathematics in the traditional way and we need to start using our natural curiosity to teach and learn mathematics.
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